Where there is no law, but every man does what is right in his own eyes, there is the least of real liberty
Henry M. Robert

№9, (2007)

03/20/2007 - 00:00

Cure for amnesia

A future without repentance is a road that leads nowhere, even if it is falsely decorated by bright neon lights, considered the attributes of “well-being” and “prosperity.” Historical mistakes that...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Lack of expertise

Shrewd observers are constantly noting the emergence of new phenomena in Ukraine’s multihued political life, and it is beginning to seem as though all possible methods of parliamentary struggle in...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

A season of style

March 14 saw the launching of a high-profile Ukrainian Fashion Week. The event not only gathered a host of fashion buffs in front of the catwalk but also got the entire Ukraine riveted to...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Hanne SEVERINSEN: “Ukrainians are now more interested in politics than before the Orange Revolution”

Hanne Severinsen, the rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Monitoring Committee, which observes the process of honoring commitments undertaken before the Council...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Too early to be complacent

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine recently passed a law that will punish people who try to cash in on smuggling scrap metal, wood, mushrooms, berries, and other things from the Chornobyl zone. Offenders...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Bilhorod, the “outpost of Kyiv city”

We all remember the words from a heroic narrative poem (bylina), “Near the glorious city of Kyiv... there was an outpost of heroic warriors.” This outpost may well have been Bilhorod, the famous city...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Holodomor of 1932-33 as genocide: gaps in the evidential basis

Such world-scale catastrophes as the Ukrainian Holodomor of 1932-33 will never be perceived by society as a theoretical academic issue, a problem of purely scholarly importance. The tragedy of the...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

With one left hook

One left hook was enough for Volodymyr Klychko (Wladimir Klitschko) to beat his latest opponent. The next American hope - the two-meter-tall Ray Austin - lost as a result of a TKO by the second...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

This week in history

March 20 1669: The Cossack Council of Officers resolves to recognize Right-Bank Ukraine as a Turkish protectorate. 1944: Soviet troops force the Germans to retreat from Vinnytsia. March 21 1927: The...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Will we get our own Nader’s Raiders?

Germans live by the principle “The consumer is king.” Ukraine has a long way to go to reach this standard. But things are slowly shifting. The State Committee of Ukraine on Technical Regulation and...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Creative diversity and the national prize: a bumpy road

The Taras Shevchenko Prize awards ceremony took place at the National Opera and Ballet Theater as part of the festivities commemorating Shevchenko’s 193rd birth anniversary. This year’s winners are...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

“Politicians are easier to photograph-they are typical”

In Kostiantyn Chernichkin’s family photography is a real man’s profession. This father and his two sons do not treat it as mere work or a craft. To them photography is, above all, art. At The Day ’s...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Tim BARROW: “Ukraine’s future relations with the EU will be determined by the progress of reforms”

Before being appointed Ambassador of Great Britain to Ukraine in July 2006, Tim Barrow had made several visits to our country. He first traveled to Ukraine when it was part of the Soviet Union. Later...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Better to see once

Ukrainian television failed to show the UEFA Cup second knockout round, 1st-leg match between Sevilla, the Spanish championship’s “fifth best,” and Ukraine’s champion Shakhtar Donetsk. The crowds of...
03/20/2007 - 00:00

Heavy seas

This event is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Kyiv-based Museum of Russian Art and the 190th birthday of the famous artist, Ivan Aivazovsky. Among the 50 canvases displayed there are...


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